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you know, i always change it up when i change the sound system. since i took the sub setup back out of my mustang and put it back in the prius, i found myself going to more bass-heavy music. and even more unfortunate is the fact that these songs sound tremendous on my particular system:
.50 - In The Club
Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise
Warren G - Regulate
Ice Cube - Today Was a Good Day
Dr. Dre - Keep Their Heads Ringin'
man... i can't believe all the rap i have in there.. lol..
there is also Chuck Berry - No Particular Place to Go
you know, i used to think the same thing of rap, until i started to learn about its roots in a very poor culture where people didn't really have a voice..
rap gave poor black americans -- a people on whose back this country was forged -- a voice that would be heard around the world. it's a good thing, and man they have some of the best lyrics in the world:
ice cube said:
And it's ironic:
i had the room she had the chronic
the lakers beat the supersonic
i felt on the big fat fanny
pulled out the jammy
and killed the poo-nanny
and my dick runs deep
so deep, so deep
put her ass to sleep
woke her up around one
she didn't hesitate
to call ice cube the top gun
dude you gotta love that. and the laid back beat.. man.. rap used to be great.
also have collective soul on those discs, the steve miller band, semisonic.. i dunno.. lots of stuff. it's six 80-min CDs, each absolutely full. i made them so i could be not so bored on a drive to disneyland and back.